American Society of Civil Engineers

The Columbia University Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers is a pre-professional club dedicated to all students interested in civil engineering, structural engineering, and construction management. While its main focus is to aid members in finding scholarships and jobs both for summer and post graduation, the chapter also participates in a variety of activities, most notably the annual steel bridge competition. The chapter also lends a hand to theater at Columbia, having built sets for Kings Crown's production of Romeo and Juliet in the fall of 2003 and the set for the Varsity Show in the spring of 2002. The chapter also participates in major informational sessions and job experience sessions for underclassmen.

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